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Huawei’s 5G targets industries – Founder Ren Zhengfei

14 February, 2021
Ren Zhengfei
Ren Zhengfei

Leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, Huawei is confident about the future, and the main goal in the 5G era is to increase the adoption of 5G in various industries, company’s founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei said recently. 

“Our previous generations of communications networks aimed to connect numerous homes and several billion people. But in the 5G era, connecting businesses is the main goal,” he said, adding that the company’s main goal is to increase the adoption of electronic, software, and computing systems in different industries.  Zhengfei made these comments appearing in a recent interview with reporters after taking part at the opening ceremony of the Intelligent Mining Innovation Lab in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China. 

“There are many industries that we are not too familiar with, like airports, ports, coal mining, iron and steel production, automotive manufacturing, and aircraft manufacturing. That’s why we built joint labs to learn more about the needs of these industries,” he said.  Huawei hopes to serve these over 8,000 mines well through this new ICT solution and hopes to expand services to mines outside China.

Zhengfei said that Huawei has also kicked-off a program called Nanniwan. that is basically related to the concept of self-reliance in production. This program is intended to help Huawei make breakthroughs in coal mining, iron and steel, and music, as well as in product categories such as TVs, computers, and tablets.

He said that Huawei had helped build the best 5G networks in many cities around the world.